About This Webinar
Developing Canada’s Next Gold Camp - The newly enhanced management team, lead by Keyvan Salehi (a professional mining engineer with +20 years of experience, formally with Mountain Province Diamonds and Kirkland Lake Gold) outlined an aggressive 2-year plan targeting upwards of 200,000 metres of drilling between 2021 and 2022, focusing on near-surface mineralization, which would form the basis of a PEA in early 2023. The Company has solid funding in place (cash balance of C$33MM as at July 7, 2021) with supportive shareholders and strategic partners in Northfield Capital Corporation, Kinross Gold and Osisko Development. The Company’s institutional ownership increased from 5% to ~21% in the last financing completed in July, with some prominent investors supporting the new strategy. A successful 2021 exploration program was completed in early October with 72,325 metres of drilling, which will lead into a year-end resource update in early 2022.

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  • 30 Min Corporate Presentation
  • 15 Min Live Q&A
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    Keyvan Salehi
    President & Chief Executive Officer
    Mr. Salehi has over 20 years of industry experience having held various senior roles in operations, projects, and corporate development. Prior to joining Nighthawk, Mr. Salehi served as the Vice President of Corporate Development and Technical Services with Mountain Province Diamonds, where he was responsible for providing operational and technical oversight for the Mountain Province’s jointly owned 12,000 tonnes per day diamond mine in the Northwest Territories (introducing mine optimization initiatives to increase production and reduce costs). Mr. Salehi previously served as VP of Corporate Development and Technical Services for Kirkland Lake Gold (2016-2017), where he led the Company’s due diligence team behind the $2.4B merger with Newmarket Gold. He held the same position at St. Andrew Goldfields (2013-2016), where he spearheaded the Company’s sale process culminating in the sale to Kirkland Lake Gold in 2016. Prior to those roles, he held various operating positions with Lake Shore Gold, FNX Mining, and Vale (2002 – 2013). Mr. Salehi holds a Bachelor of Applied Sciences, Mineral Engineering from the University of Toronto and an Executive MBA from the Kellogg-Schulich School of Management.